But this show isn’t just called matchmaker. They didn’t search the profiles of e-harmony in hopes of finding extremely compelling people to film and document the love stories of the average Joes. This is about millionaires looking for love with the help of a middle (wo)man because their attempts at waving around their black American Express in the middle of the mall have yet to turn up a successful candidate. I can see why people might roll their eyes with disapproval, but these people are finding exactly what they are looking for. It’s almost brilliant.
Men on this show will be the type of men who want to be liked for the size of their bank account first and foremost. Cool. If you feel that is your best asset and quality then you should maximize that and partner with those women who appreciate that to the fullest. They will look past your less than stellar looks, your uninteresting personality, your arrogant attitude, and your brash behavior. And they most definitely will possess some of these qualities because it’s what makes it necessary for them to knowingly use a service that finds women who know nothing about you besides the fact that you’re rich.
Don’t misunderstand me, I find nothing wrong with people finding wealth and affluence attractive. I do. I just couldn’t be interested in some shmuck that sells himself on that alone. Let’s not get it twisted, if you are well off and have a few other decent qualities, you shouldn’t have trouble finding dates. But with this formula I truly think people are being set up with their perfect match, and in that sense, it is a match made in heaven.